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Freezing for the future
19th March 2016 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Against the reality of the extinction crisis that global warming and ocean acidification present, Paul Pearce-Kelly discusses the Frozen Ark imperative to preserve the genetic heritage of our planet’s biodiversity before it is lost forever.
‘We all have feelings for art and music, all the wonderful things that people have produced, the pleasure one gets from nature is allied to that’
~ Professor Bryan Clarke FRS, Frozen Ark co-founder, (1932 -2014)
Paul Pearce-Kelly, Trustee of the Frozen Ark Charity and Senior Curator of Invertebrates, Lower Vertebrates and Research at the Zoological Society London will be joined by Tim Flach, Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and award winning photographer. Tim’s photography aims to promote discussion and encourage debate and is used in publicity for the Frozen Ark. He is currently working on his next project ‘Endangered’, due for publication the Summer of 2017.
Frozen Ark film on website with Professor Bryan Clarke FRS, from which the quote is taken:
Please find here links to sites for both the Frozen Ark and Tim Flach:
This talk is taking place in collaboration with Pivotal – The Cambridge Festival of Change and the Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University